Question about Woodtek Drills
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just looked at a breakdown for this tool and it is not that clear. But to get an owners manual you can go to Searspartsdirect.com and type in your model number and look at the same schematici I did and also order a manual for about 7.50. Usually though on a drill press like that it would be a morse taper. Do you see a slot cut thru the spindle on both sides, if so there should be a tapered key that came with the unit. In that case what you would need to do it put the key in the slot and tap it with a hammer to remove the adaptor and chuck. Let me know if I can help further
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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You don't have a lot of options. The manual is not listed here:
(Clarke International.... there is not any other manufacturer website)
Try contacting Clarke here:
http://www.clarkeservice.co.uk/contact_clarke.shtml and request an owner's manual / users guide.
I searched every retailer that had the product listed for a downloadable manual. (no joy after 90 mins)
If you purchased it locally and there is another CLA-BT1029 model around I would ask for a copy of the manual. I understand now why you came to FixYa for help. The manual just is not out there in .pdf format.
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
I have what I believe is the same press and have not been able to find anything at all on the manufacturer. However, you will find that it is nearly identical to every other chinese manufacture press in it's class. This manual should be pretty close to yours minus the oscillating features.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
I would chuck a good size steel pin, unlock and swivel your table over to the side, clean both the taper and the socket with brake cleaner spray or electrical contact cleaner (or even Fondu Alcohol Fuel will work) to leave no oil film at all on the parts. Also run a stone around on all the male part taper surface to check for invisible burr spots and dents left when it was tossed around during manufacturing. Dry every bit of cleaner out by waiting or blowing with a hair dryer. Then tap it in with a piece of wood against the steel pin bottom. Professional shops can make the taper match so it will transmit 5 HP or more without spinning or falling out, but many workers today just don't get the quality training or buy the measuring tools to be able to do that. My Chineese machine didn't even have the draw bar threaded with the matching thread to lock in the chuck in for it's milling head, so you know they are not a detail oriented outfit. Great Guns and all facing the one way!
Posted on Dec 17, 2011
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